Ethos Discovery acts as an incubator for Scientific Innovations addressing unmet diagnostic and therapeutic needs.

Our scientific studies are aligned with the innovation platforms of a variety of academic and other research institutions. We embrace the established scientific model of Comparative Oncology in our approach, evaluating novel therapeutic treatments and diagnostics in pets with naturally-occurring medical conditions.

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Our scientific strategy focuses on identifying areas of unmet need through the optics of clinical teams within Ethos Veterinary Health. These hospitals provide access to clinical trials to patients with naturally occurring disease.

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Our Team

The leadership team at Ethos Discovery aligns the identified, unmet needs of clinical veterinary teams with academic and institutional nonprofit and commercial collaborators around the world.

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  • Rachael Ray Drs. Chand Khanna and William Li interview cancer and Isaboo

    Rachael Ray Talks to Dr. Khanna

    June 18, 2020

    Dr. Chand Khanna, joined Rachael Ray and internal medicine specialist Dr. William Li to talk about the bridge between animal and human health, and how research for one can positively impact the other

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  • Improving Survival Rates in Septic Patients

    June 11, 2020

    Sepsis is the result of an infection that enters the bloodstream and causes a severe inflammatory reaction. It can lead to many alterations around the body that can cause significant difficulty in the diagnosis and treatment of the underlying infection. Ethos Discovery hopes that its research will contribute to an improvement in patient survival rates, which would not only be beneficial to veterinary patients, but to human patients as well.

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  • How Hemangiosarcoma Broke Our Hearts

    May 27, 2020

    We hope that Dakota’s story helps those who are unfamiliar with the rapid progression of Hemangiosarcoma to better understand it.

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Latest News

WSAVA-Supported Oncology Manuscript Highlights Benefits to Humans and Dogs of Collaboration between the Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industries in Drug Development

June 9, 2020

Press Information Date of issue: 5 June 2020 A workshop on Comparative Oncology, hosted by the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA’s) One Health Committee (WSAVA OHC) during its 2019 World Congress in Toronto, has resulted in the publication of a manuscript that highlights the value of closer commercial relationships between the human and animal

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